Bit holder (pegboard or wall mounted)
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v3 added. These have thicker backplates (3mm vs 2mm) and connecting walls (3mm vs 1.6mm) for improved stability.
Due to the popularity of my pegboard mountable Screwdriver holder, I decided to also share this one that I made in the same style. It is a holder for standard 1/4" hex bits, the kind that you find in practically every toolbox. The funnel shape guides the bits and makes them extremely easy to place in the right position.
Adapted for both metric (12mm) and imperial (1") center hole distance pegboards, can also be mounted directly on a wall, pinboard or table edge.
The larger rear row is designed for larger bits such as countersink, chamfer, deburring and drill bits. The smaller front row is for standard screwdriver bits which can be placed closely together.
I also made a number of separate versions to fit everyone's needs; X in file name indicates number of bits. Photos show the COMBO version, printed in PLA, 0.15 layer height at 110mm/s.
No supports or rafts needed.
More tool holders can be found here: https://www.thingiverse.com/FrankLumien/collections/pegboard-and-tool-accessories
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